29. The training and information program referred to in section 62.5 of the Act is intended for all the persons referred to in section 62.1 of the Act who are exposed or likely to be exposed to a hazardous product.
The program must be adapted to the workers, the specific characteristics of the workplace and the nature of the hazardous products present in the workplace.
The program must set out the means to be implemented by an employer to promote workers’ understanding and mastery of the knowledge acquired by them and to help them properly apply the safety rules aimed at protecting their health and physical integrity. For that purpose, the program may include practical and theoretical evaluations and exercises, practical demonstrations, safety contests, signs displayed in the workplace to remind workers of safety rules or give them information on hazardous products and safe work methods, or any other appropriate means. The program may also determine the intervals at which the workers are to take such training.